Accommodations for Visitors and Program Participants

The University of Wisconsin-Madison provides processes for visitors and program participants who are not employees or students to request reasonable accommodations.  Our goal is to provide a prompt response for reasonable accommodation requests and to provide access to the programs and facilities of the university. Most accommodations for visitors and program participants are provided directly…

Sign Language Interpreting or Live Professional Captioning (CART) Coordinated through the McBurney Disability Resource Center

Need to request a sign language interpreter or professional live captioning for yourself or someone else at UW-Madison? The McBurney Disability Resource Center can coordinate sign language interpreting and live professional captioning (CART) services for disability-related accommodation requests and for public access requests for students, staff, faculty, visitors, program participants, and University job applicants for UW-Madison events.

Parent, Guardian, and Support Team Information for First Year & Incoming Students

McBurney Center Director Welcome Video (Note that the spoken English and American Sign Language versions cover the same content) Spoken English with closed captions (CC) American Sign Language (ASL) version, NO audio or captions Supporting Your Student As students head off to college, this is a time of great transition – both for them and…

Training for Campus

The McBurney Center provides a variety of training an consultation to campus, including in-person and online. McBurney Center Foundations Modules

Sign Language Interpreting and Captioning

The McBurney Center works with students who are Deaf or hard of hearing to develop an accommodation plan to ensure that students have communication access in the class.